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Kent Congress - 27/28th October 2018
Kent Congress - 27/28th October 2018

Kent's Blue Pointed Congress is being held at TWBC over the weekend of 27th/28th October.

Please click here for the Congress entry form with further information.

Entries may also be made online - Swiss Pairs  Swiss Teams

This year's Congress will also feature a Real Easy event, run concurrently with the main Swiss Pairs event, on Saturday 27 October at 2pm.  This NO FEAR event is aimed at all those who have learned to play bridge in the last few years and would like a taste of the Congress. Please click here for an entry form with further information

Teaching & Learning Opportunities in Surrey
Teaching & Learning Opportunities in Surrey

Surrey are offering the following training activity

23-25 November - Learn & Play Bridge Weekend - Counting & Competitive Bidding

Club TD Training
Club TD Training
EBED is working together with Bridge Clubs to organise club director training courses.
Information can be found on our website http://www.ebedcio.org.uk/td-training including a full course calendar for all venues and dates
Please book directly online, or to contact Richard via email : richard@ebu.co.uk
Book Reviews & other articles
Book Reviews

Book Reviews

Advanced Bridge Defence - Eddie Kantar

Modern Bridge Defence - Eddie Kantar

Bridge a la Carte - Victor Mollo

Spotlight on play - Karvas & Lukacs

Bridge books by Jeremy Flint & Freddie North

Why You lose at Bridge - SJ Simon

Secrets of Winning Bridge - Jeff Reubens

Other articles

Encounters of the third kind

The Acid Test

Out for the Count

The Oxford Bridge Club Challenge

Law of Total Tricks - Eric Crowhurst


So you want to improve your results at your Bridge Club

  • Bridge is a partnership game – try and play with a regular partner.
  • Ask your regular partner to agree to work together to get better.
  • Find a stronger player at your Club who will answer questions.
  • Each time you play with your regular partner, try to pick out a hand and work through it afterwards: the bidding, the play, the defence… over a cup of tea. Come up with a serious question or two to ask your ‘stronger player’.